Body & Soul Music and Arts Festival has announced the full stage times for its 10th Aniversary celebration of the summer solstice which kicks off (...)

A bowl of ramen, at Bia Rebel, 409 Ormeau Road, Belfast. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

We’ve marked this year’s newcomers and used a € to flag everywhere that serves a main course for less than €15 Bia Rebel NEW 409 Ormeau Road, Be(...)

This is the weekend we find ourselves, still sitting in our new Christmas PJs, fishing for that last Celebration in the vast ocean of wrappers and thi(...)

The Ivy Restaurant on Dawson Street in Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A row about how tips are handled has developed at the high profile Ivy restaurant in Dublin, following management accusing some waiting staff of “depl(...)

Irish farming is in a climate spotlight as never before. In the three years since the lifting of the EU milk quota the dairy herd has grown by 400,000 animals. Photograph:   David Sleator

There’s been a bake-off in the UCD agriculture building and the remains are spread on a staffroom table. The biggest specimen among the agri-themed ca(...)

Menus today range from overly fussy menus to downright stark. As someone who earns a living eating at restaurants, what is Catherine Cleary’s favourit(...)

What do biodynamic wines have in common with punk music? You might be surprised to hear where the wine chat wanders when John Wilson and Lilly Higgi(...)

Alice Leahy: “I grew up in a community where we all looked out for each other. So I decided I would like to get back to working more with people.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There is a scene about a third of the way through Alice Leahy’s memoir when she is considering taking a course in public speaking. She asks Irish Time(...)

Welcome to the first Irish Times Food & Drink Club digest, and thanks for joining us. We’ve lots of tasty features to sink your teeth into this m(...)

EAT:ITH brings forward thinkers from the Irish food world to a series of events at The Fumbally.

EAT:ITH at the Fumbally The Fumbally’s fourth annual series of workshops, discussions and events exploring Ireland’s food culture has a diverse and i(...)

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